University of GeorgiaUniversity of GeorgiaAthens, GA
University of Georgia Rating
2 urban development majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are available. Excellent retention rate. Very expensive tuition. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. About 34,600 students enrolled. Presumably dangerous campus.

Georgia Institute of TechnologyGeorgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA
Georgia Institute of Technology Rating
2 urban development majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are available. Outstanding student retention rate. Very expensive tuition costs. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. Approximately 21,600 students. Presumably dangerous campus.

Georgia State UniversityGeorgia State UniversityAtlanta, GA
Georgia State University Rating
Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are available. Steep tuition prices. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Approximately 32,100 students attend this school. Presumably unsafe campus. ROTC programs are available.

Savannah College of Art and DesignSavannah College of Art and DesignSavannah, GA
Savannah College of Art and Design Rating
2 urban development majors. Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees. Very expensive tuition costs. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Around 11,100 students are enrolled. Relatively safe campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Morehouse CollegeMorehouse CollegeAtlanta, GA
Morehouse College Rating
Bachelor's degrees are offered. Steep tuition fees. Moderately priced on-campus housing. Over 2,400 students attend this school. Presumably dangerous campus. ROTC programs are available.
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Alabama
Detailed information about 2 urban development schools and colleges in Normal and Auburn. Approximately 100 urban development diplomas and certificates are granted every year. Average tuition price for urban development programs in AL: $22,000.

Florida
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